27 July 2012

South Africa: 1000 Discounted Tickets for One Night in Cape Town

press release

DialMedia has secured the last 1000 General Access Standing tickets to the One Night in Cape Town show on 9 August, 2012, and are offering them to new DialMedia users for R300 (normally R420). One Night in Cape Town features Seether, Eagles of Death Metal, Bullet for my Valentine, Enter Shikari, Kongos, and Van Coke Kartel.

To get R120 off the regular price, download the DialMedia app from www.dialmedia.co.za/oppikoppi and register. Have a look under the exclusive vouchers tab on the app for this and other vouchers.

Nathan Smith from DialMedia said: "We could not believe the sort of downloads we received from the OppiKoppi promo and were really happy to try and make tickets more affordable for fans by simply downloading our app for free. It was a real win-win at OppiKoppi and we think it can work for Cape Town students as well."

How it works

The promotion is aimed at budget-watching students and, therefore, is only applicable to the general access standing tickets. To qualify for the discount you must download the app onto your mobile device. (One download allowed per ticket only, but you can download on your mother's phone for your friend to qualify for another ticket, for instance).

You will receive a 10-digit redemption code. Now go to the One Night in Cape Town Facebook page and click on the One Night in Cape Town DialMedia promotion tab. Insert the 10-digit redemption code and continue to the page where you can buy the promotional ticket. Print out the One Night in Cape Town Coupon and bring it with you to the show. Go to the DialMedia box office and swap your coupon for a regular ticket.

If you have already bought a General Access ticket, don't worry! You still qualify for the discount. Follow the same process above to get a redemption code. Bring it to the DialMedia stand on the night to exchange for a cash voucher.

DialMedia is a free smartphone app that brings you all the deals, specials and promotions in your area.

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